After Democratic presidential candidates commanded the spotlight over the weekend with campaign stops across the state, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will address a crowd of supporters at 7 p.m. inside the Southern New Hampshire University Arena.
During the first White House meeting in June 2017, Modi hugged Trump several times following a joint news conference in the Rose Garden. "These are things that you would never say, that you would never allow in an opponent and you would never endorse and yet you're endorsing the president".
The budget seeks money to fund a US infrastructure overhaul that both Democrats and Republicans have said is a priority. She and Cyrus met last November at the White House, where he introduced her to the Smiths, of Manchester, Tennessee.
The Trump budget also promises a $3 billion increase - to $25 billion - for NASA in hopes of returning astronauts to the moon and on to Mars.
But former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen raised concerns about how the foreign aid cuts would affect the USA civilian footprint around the world that helps reduce the need for military intervention. "This is a moment when more investment in diplomacy and development is needed not less".
She also accused the administration of "hurting students", by trimming federal student loan initiatives, among other things, "abandoning farmers and hungry families", by shaving money from the farmer safety net and nutrition assistance program, and "cutting investments in jobs and the future of our communities".
"We won't credential him as a conservative".
This year's deficit will hover at around $1 trillion and decline next year to $966 billion if his plan were to be enacted.
Mr Trump, on a high after his acquittal last week on impeachment charges, boasted about the nation's strong economy, tore into his possible general election foes and launched an assault on the Democrats who tried to remove him from office. "And it is the Constitution that provides that our foreign policy is set by the president of the United States as well as, in some significant ways, by Congress, not by unelected bureaucrats and not by the military".